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The decriminalization of sex work could significantly decrease global HIV infections among female sex workers, leading to a reduction of at least a third in three...
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AIDS conference opens in Melbourne

The opening ceremony for the 20th International AIDS Conference in Melbourne has served as a memorial to colleagues lost in the MH17 disaster.
A new study has found that a key part of the brain involved in forming speech is firing away in babies as they listen to voices around them.
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A new study shows the Arctic sea has lost three million square kilometres of ice cover over the last 35 years.
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The United Nations health agency says it expects the worst Ebola outbreak in history to continue its deadly rampage through west Africa for at least "several...
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Correction: World News July 2, 2014

On the 2 July, SBS World News inaccurately referred to the deceased British Television personality, Jimmy Savile, as a convicted paedophile.